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Denmark Open: Trophy slips away from PV Sindhu’s quarter-final loss

PV Sindhu won bronze medal in Tokyo Olympics

Two-time Olympic medalist India’s star woman player PV Sindhu made a comeback after a break, losing to Korea’s An Seyoung in the quarter-finals of the Denmark Open badminton tournament. Sindhu, playing her first match after winning a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics-2020 in August, could not face her fifth seeded opponent and went down 11-21, 12-21 in 36 minutes. The last time she lost to An Seung in straight games was when the two met two years ago .

Siang started off brilliantly and took a seven-point lead within six minutes. Sindhu made many simple mistakes which the Korean player took advantage of. She quickly took the lead to 16-8 and in the end Sindhu handed her the first game after losing 10 game points. The story remained the same in the second game as well. Till the break, Sindhu tried to make a comeback but after that the game became one-sided. Sindhu on Thursday defeated Busanan Ongbomrangphan of Thailand 21-16, 12-21, 21-15 in 67 minutes.

Sameer Verma won

Earlier, India’s Sameer Verma defeated world number three Anders Antonsen in straight games to enter the quarter-finals but Lakshya Sen was knocked out. World number 28 Sameer presented a fine game to beat local player Antonsen 21-14, 21-18. This match of men’s singles lasted for 50 minutes. The 27-year-old from Madhya Pradesh will face 33-year-old Tommy Sugiarto in the next round. Lakshya Sen, however, could not face Olympic champion Viktor Axelsen and lost easily. Axelsen defeated the Indian player 21-15, 21-7. Earlier, out of the six matches played between Sameer and Antonsen, the Indian player had won only one match. However, Sameer took a 2-0 lead early in the first game and was leading 11-6 at the break. Even after this, the Indian player thwarted all the attempts of the Danish player to return. He won the first game by scoring three consecutive points. The second game was a bit tighter but Sameer took a two-point lead at 5-3 at the start and was leading 11-8 at half time. After this he did not give Antonsen any chance to return.

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